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Art Jewelry Elements January Challenge


This month’s challenge from Art Jewelry Elements was open to all!

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The editors challenged us to use components created by the editors, rescued from our stashes of beads, and to make something from them. 606 more words

Mental Health

The relationship between diet, inflammation and depression

A new study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) found that the measure of brain inflammation in people who were experiencing clinical depression was increased by 30 per cent. 25 more words

Psychiatry

7 Ways to Change Your Life, Since You May Literally Live Forever

There are people, serious scientists, who are currently, today, working on the problem of eliminating aging.

This first came to my attention several years ago via the above  1,204 more words

Musings

To Bee

To support myself during the summers of graduate school I worked as a research assistant to my advisor. He had made quite a name for himself by applying economic models to biological systems. 588 more words

Memoir

Precocious Penguins

I watched this penguin for half an hour, and have maybe a hundred photos of the busy bird (who I have named Sylvia). It’s very unclear if it is a male or female bird- I don’t think I could have been sure without some very invasive inspection or watching her lay an egg. 565 more words

Photography

Healthcare Triage Answers Your Questions, Part 2 Once again,...

Healthcare Triage Answers Your Questions, Part 2

Once again, John Green joins Aaron Carroll on Healthcare Triage to answer questions submitted by you, the viewers.

By: Healthcare Triage.

5 Weird Involuntary Human Behaviors Explained by...

5 Weird Involuntary Human Behaviors Explained

by jtotheizzoe:

Our body leaves a lot to autopilot, which is a good thing. Imagine having to walk through your day actively remembering not to pee your pants.

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